On Mother’s Day making your Mom Feel Special    
by Michele Rogers

It doesn't take much to make mom feel special on her day! Maybe breakfast, maybe flowers, the choice is yours. If you give mom a special breakfast, be sure you don't spill the beans ahead of time. Most times moms want to be there watching who is messing up her kitchen.

A good idea for mom for Mother’s Day is make her breakfast and serve her in bed. If you choose to serve mom breakfast you may want to plan ahead. If you plan on flowers, make sure you order them early so that they arrive a day before.

If you plan on having mom over for a wonderful dinner you plan to cook, tell her that you want to surprise her, not to make any plans for that evening. If she has made plans, ask her if you can do it the next night or the night before. Don't tell her what you are doing, just ask her to dinner.

A few decorations for mom, you can get a few balloons that are filled with helium and decorate her chair with them. Instead of giving big gifts, it's the little thanks that are more appreciated. Have the grandkids make her a card, by hand. This too is a tearjerker! Moms love hand- made items. They appreciate the time it took to make such things.

After dinner, make her a special cupcake dessert. By having cupcakes, there is not too much of a mess, no extras! Have the kids decorate the cupcakes but have one set aside that they all do together, this is her special one! For this moms will appreciate their day and feel

About the Author
Author is Michele Rogers, owner of http://www.lilyputtshomedecor.com Lilyputts Home Decor, and http://www.backyardfancy.com Backyard Fancy. Both online stores feature home and backyard decor and both have blogs where you can read tips on decor and view featured items. Please visit Backyard Fancy and Lilyputts Home Decor for descriptions and product presentations.
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